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by Prentis Rollins,Geoff Johns

Free eBook Green Lantern: Rebirth download ISBN: 1401204651
Author: Prentis Rollins,Geoff Johns
Publisher: DC Comics; Trade Paper edition (April 1, 2006)
Language: English
Pages: 176
Category: Young Adults
Subcategory: Literature and Fiction
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Green Lantern omnibus by Geoff Johns Book 3 – Collects Green Lantern Green Lantern: Larfleeze Christmas special Green Lantern (2011) Green Lantern annual Green Lantern Corps an. .

Green Lantern omnibus by Geoff Johns Book 3 – Collects Green Lantern Green Lantern: Larfleeze Christmas special Green Lantern (2011) Green Lantern annual Green Lantern Corps and Green Lantern Emerald Warriors

Green Lantern: Rebirth was a six-issue monthly American comic book limited series written by Geoff Johns and illustrated by Ethan Van Sciver

Green Lantern: Rebirth was a six-issue monthly American comic book limited series written by Geoff Johns and illustrated by Ethan Van Sciver. Published by DC Comics between October 2004 and May 2005, the series featured characters from throughout the sixty-year history of Green Lantern comics. The storyline follows the "rebirth" of the Silver Age Green Lantern Hal Jordan as he overcomes fear itself in the form of the cosmic entity Parallax.

This is a great book for people who want to jump into reading the Green Lantern but don't have much knowledge on the character.

Geoff Johns is an award-winning writer and one of the most popular contemporary comic book writers today. Johns is the author of The New York Times bestselling graphic novels Aquaman: The Trench, Blackest Night, Green Lantern: Sinestro Corps War, Justice League: Origin, Superman: Brainiac and Batman: Earth One which hit on the bestseller list. He is also known for transforming Green Lantern into one of the most critically and commercially successful franchises in comics.

The sold out 6-issue miniseries event of 2004-2005 - written by Geoff Johns (THE FLASH, TEEN TITANS) with art by Ethan Van Sciver and Prentis Rollins . Hal Jordan was considered the greatest Green Lantern of them all.

Later, Jordan reappeared and made the ultimate sacrifice - a sacrifice that allowed him to become the Spectre, the Wrath of God.

Artist: Ethan Van Sciver. The fates of Kyle Rayner, John Stewart, Guy Gardner, and the rest of the Green Lantern mythology unfold in this colossal tale of heroism involving the entire DCU!

Artist: Ethan Van Sciver. Publication date: December 2004 - May 2005. Hal Jordan was one of the greatest heroes in the DCU until tragedy turned him into one of its greatest villains. The fates of Kyle Rayner, John Stewart, Guy Gardner, and the rest of the Green Lantern mythology unfold in this colossal tale of heroism involving the entire DCU! Issue(s). Issue Issue Issue Issue Issue #2.

Superstar writer Geoff Johns (GREEN LANTERN: SINESTRO . т 1801. Comics hottest writer Geoff Johns (GREEN LANTERN: SINE. т 3002. Green Lantern: Blackest Night. т 3087. Green Lantern: Secret Origin.

Comic Book, Green Lantern: Rebirth. Written by Geoff Johns with art by Ethan Van Sciver (pencils, inks) and Prentis Rollins (inks), Green Lantern: Rebirth is the return to the franchise of Hal Jordan as main character

Comic Book, Green Lantern: Rebirth. Written by Geoff Johns with art by Ethan Van Sciver (pencils, inks) and Prentis Rollins (inks), Green Lantern: Rebirth is the return to the franchise of Hal Jordan as main character. It depicts Jordan's struggle to free his soul from both The Spectre and Parallax with help from surviving members of the Green Lantern Corps, the opposition of Sinestro and the mistrust of the Justice League of America. A limited, six issue series, issue number one was in stores by the end of 2004 with the sixth and final issue coming out around mid-2005.

Written by Geoff Johns Art by Ethan Van Sciver & Prentis Rollins Cover by Van Sciver The miniseries . It all leads into a new GREEN LANTERN ongoing series, coming this summer from REBIRTH writer Geoff Johns and all-star artist Carlos Pacheco (SUPERMAN/BATMAN)! ? 6 of 6 ?

The sold out 6-issue miniseries event of 2004-2005 — written by Geoff Johns (THE FLASH, TEEN TITANS) with art by Ethan Van Sciver and Prentis Rollins — is collected for the first time, complete with the preview story from Wizard Magazine! Hal Jordan was considered the greatest Green Lantern of them all. But Jordan lost control, allowed himself to be corrupted and transformed into the villainous Parallax. Later, Jordan reappeared and made the ultimate sacrifice — a sacrifice that allowed him to become the Spectre, the Wrath of God. After several years of activity on Earth, The Spectre became restless and sought a way to prove himself worthy of that noble reputation. See how a man born without fear and seeking to rebuild his life, puts cosmic forces into motion that will have repercussions not only on Earth but across the universe. This volume also features an introduction by best-selling author Brad Meltzer and a new cover by Van Sciver!
User reviews
fr0mTheSkY
For many, Hal Jordan was the defining Green Lantern for years. As a result, the decision to change him into a psychotic would-be-conqueror caused some backlash and his rising star fell, seemingly forever. In his place, Lanterns Rayner, Stewart, (and to some extent, Gardner) took his place and became the faces of Green Lantern for a younger generation (mine) on the widely watched Superman and Justice League cartoons.

Why does this matter? Jordan was the greatest for decades, then rather horrifically trashed his legacy and before DC brought him back as the Spectre for a further period of time. So when bringing Jordan back to a newer generation of readers, this story has a goal of reintroducing Hal Jordan as a Green Lantern that tops them all. Put simply, this story does that in spades. Between Johns' writing and Van Sciver's art, Rebirth emphasizes how important of a character Hal Jordan was, and sets up how important he would become in future stories. The writing masterfully summarizes past events without dragging on, yet still providing adequate history for plot development. Johns is able to craft in Jordan's fall, rampage, involvement in a semi-crisis, death and time as Spectre in such a way that even those only casually familiar don't feel left out. The art is fantastic, not perfect (Batman's portrayal is somewhat confusing) but is able to capture the magnitude of the story appropriately. Another plus of the art is that it is consistent, as some artists fail to be through the course of a big arc.

While Rebirth may no longer be Hal's canon history, it nonetheless a definitive story for this character. There really is no excuse as to NOT purchase this book.
tref
Most of the time, when publishers try to undo their mistakes, they end up making a big mess (think Clone Saga). This book was a perfect fit into the Hal Jordan arc and felt more like an explanation of past events than a fix patched over a leaky plot. Excellent story.
Thetath
I hadn't read a Green Lantern comic before this one, but was familiar with the character from cartoons (many years ago) and the movie. I thought the book's plot was interesting - a little on the dark side though. Not sure what all the back story was but apparently Hal had died before but his spirit was living on combined with several other entities and he was creating havoc. I'm not sure I enjoyed the plot as much as just the character development and the other parts of the story. I would give it:
story 3/5
characters 4/5
art 4/5
Gardataur
I have to admit that I have never thought much of the Green Lantern(s). They just never seemed that interesting to me, but I also heard bits and pieces of their history and I know their general history. I was surprised when I started to hear great things about Rebirth and I figured that it would be a good jumping on point, and it was.

Geoff John's somehow managed to pull off a old comic book cliche (It was my clone, It was a robot, I was possessed) but also make it very interesting and he intertwined it very nicely into the story. I would also like to thank him for getting rid and explaining why Green Lanterns are afraid of the color Yellow.

While the story and the art are both good though I honestly didn't think Green Lantern: Rebirth was really that great. I mean the way people talked about it I thought it would be like Watchmen or Kingdom Come. Instead it was just a strong story. Worth getting, but its nowhere near the hype in my eyes.
Dog_Uoll
In all honesty, I started reading this book in a book store one day and could not put it down. Geoff Johns(the writer) has made Green Lantern one of DC Comics most popular properties. Several years later, I am still reading Green Lantern and following the monthly series. This is the book where it all started. Johns addresses old Green Lantern stories and mythology to make a much more reader friendly and entertaining book. Johns balances humor, action, and drama to make a great story. Furthermore, Johns use of continuity(past stories) is done in a way where you don't need to have read a ton of Green Lantern previously to understand, but makes it so the continuity enriches the current story making you thirsty for more. The visuals are stunning. The story is exceptional.
Moonshaper
I really loved this book...Geoff john's writing is one of the best in comic's history. And the artwork is gorgeous, and goes perfectly with the story. This was my first GL book, and even though i loved it there were still some parts that confused me. But in general I got a slight idea of some of the main character's personalities and their history with Hal.
happy light
I have been collecting Geoff Johns run for quite some time but I did not start with Green Lantern Rebirth...although it would be the obvious choice.
I started with the Sinestro Corp War which proved to be a good starting point as well but decided to go back to complete my collection.

Green Lantern Rebirth did not disappoint. Geoff Johns uses this book to set up his long Green Lantern run,and for that do happen he had to make
some changes to the status of Green Lantern in the DC universe. The biggest change was bringing Hal Jordan back! This book is a good read and a
great starting point,which no one following GJs Green Lantern run should skip. There are a lot of great character moments with some good actions scenes.
I loved Ethan Van Scivers beautiful and highly detailed art which fit the story perfectly. The book also has some nice extras in the back.

The story is not perfect and some flaws are noticable,like Geoff Johns Batman portrayal which a lot of people including my self did not like.
I saw where he was going with it,trying to show the contrast between Hal and Bruce,but I think he went a bit too far with it. Although I cant say
that it ruined my experience.

Great for the price!
4/5 8/10